Look up 1 Samuel 16:1-7 and Isaiah 55:8-13. While we figure out and do what God wants us to do, keep in mind that what He wants may not be what we would think is best. Pray, seek counsel, and just do what He wants.
Look up 1 Samuel 16:1-7. Sometimes God is trying to show us what He wants us to do by simply saying no a few times to what we want. What may seem best is not always right. Many times a no is just supposed to mean wait. God will make us wait until He is ready to say yes to what is best for us. No matter how long we wait, His will is still the best.
Look up 1 Samuel 16:1-7. Samuel was listening to God and went to go annoint the next king. He was in the right place at the right time with the right people, but God still told him no seven times. Sometimes finding the will of God is simply finding out what it’s not.
Look up Matthew 3:13-17, Mark 1:9-12, Luke 3:21, and John 4. In Acts 2:41, we see that they wanted to get baptized on that same day. As we go tell others about Christ, we not only should be encouraging them to get baptized after salvation, but also be aware that it does need to be of their own free will. The body of water that they want to get baptized in does not matter, but the people around to witness it does it matter. A church baptistry is considered normal today, but it is far more important that it is done after salvation and of their own free will.
Look up Matthew 3:13-17, Mark 1:9-12, Luke 3:21, and John 4. In our first few verses, we can see that He came up out of the water. In other words, if we are going to be Scripturally baptized, we have to go completely underwater. Being sprinkled with water is not Biblical baptism. Also, there is no where in the Bible that a baby get baptized. It is always after salvation.