It all depends on the khatib there is some who I am confident will deliver a khutba which I would benefit from. Unfortunately for me I don't read Jumuah at their establishments very often. Coupled with that is one's own state of mind and spirituality. I do get to hear the khutba of a couple of khatibs regularly. One delivers his khutba and tries to cover the issues often mentioned on here but he loses people's interest. The other is a much more complete and gifted scholar, son of a well respected Pir and has a lot of barakat in his learning (Allaah give him and his family more) but he glosses over things. However he always gives at least one tidbit of guidance, a sufi advice that I have always found relevant. So more important than the topic is calling people to Allaah and giving them advice of how to overcome the hurdles they may have become entangled in.