Could you please give me any biblical supports as to when should water baptism be done to a candidate? Assuming the candidate have already met the so called "requirements" before being baptize, such as repentance on all sins (past and present); acceptance of the Messiah as Personal Master and Savior; faith on the importance of our Savior's dying on the cross; and other things. To be more specific on my query, have you had a study as to when should the water baptism be done? what I mean, is it to be on or during biblical feast, such as Pesach, Shavout or Sukkot? Examples, in Acts 2, Peter and the disciples had baptized 3000 believers during the Pentecost. On the water baptism of our Messiah by John, the Scripture is silent on when it was done; it could not be during or before any feast because after His baptism the Ruach Ha Khadosh brought Him to wilderness to be tempted for 40 days. In Acts 10:47-48, in the conversion of the centurion, his families and friends, Peter baptized them but again the Scripture is silent when was it held.
I hope my question could be given scriptural answer.