Skanky Old Mongrel!
This is just a confused mess.You don't seem to get it. There was no "feel good" about the baptism. You had to first confess your sins to your neighbors (Matthew 3:6), turn away from sinning again (repent), and if you didn't "bear" good fruits in step with your "repentance", you were to be "cut down and thrown into a fire" (Matthew 3:10). The water baptism was but a physical representation of a Spiritual baptism that must take place and bear fruit. No one went to the Temple to pay money changers to cleanse themselves from their uncleanliness when they touched a woman during their menstrual cycle. The sacrifice for Passover, a spotless lamb, was not the same as baptism. Your average Catholic gets baptized once by sprinkling, yet supposedly eats the lamb of God, at least once a year, on the pagan feast of Astarte (Easter), the fake date for Passover, and pays 10% of their income for the privilege (tithes). Baptism represents coming out of the world (turning from sin) and touching nothing unclean (Isaiah 52:11), whereafter, no "unclean" and "uncircumcised" will come among Zion and Jerusalem (Isaiah 52:1) which is the "good news" (Isaiah 52:7) of the "kingdom" to come (restoration of Zion) (Isaiah 52:8). Those born again, baptized in the spirit, will not be able to sin (1 John 3:9). Those born of the "devil" will continue to sin (1 John 3:8). And whose image is on your British coin, which the members of the Church of England pay their fake priests to eat their weekly unblemished lamb? Or is your religion a more hidden sect? Come on now, fess up, repent of your sins, and have some Catholic baptize you with water comprised ketchup. Hopefully, that will give you a "feel good" feeling.
I can't help you , friend.