Become Ordained
Become Ordained

What is Called and Commissioned?

Is Ordination Necessary for the Deeper Work?
What Happens During an Ordination?
What is Required to Become Ordained?
What Do I Need to Do After the Ordination?
Is This for Everyone?
How Do I Know If This is for Me?
Do I have to be Called and Commission to be Useful to God?
Does it Cost Money?
What Does it Entail?
Can a Woman be Ordained?
What about Baptism?
Gifts of the Spirit

What is Called and Commissioned? Called and Commissioned is a response to the greater calling that Love has placed within our hearts help even more. To be Called and Commissioned is to choose to become ordained by God, which enables you to have more Angelic help and guidance to do the greater responsibilities. There is much to do in the greater work: the blessings upon the houses of prayer and fellowship, the blessings of anointing, the blessings for teaching the Becoming The Mystic/Divine Decree classes, the blessings to teach the Called and Commissioned Classes, the blessings to ordain others, the blessings upon the land, the blessings upon the air, the blessings upon the water, the blessings for the deliverance work, the blessings for calling in the Holy Angel in the center of the earth and those who work with this Angel and the blessings of the breath of the Holy Spirit. Some will feel a desire to specialize in one or two of these, others will do a little of everything, as called. When you step up to this greater work, God also gives you the tools of deeper knowledge and all the tools to help you accomplish it well, including greater discernment and confidence in Love and yourself.
Is Ordination Necessary for the Deeper Work? There are many things any of us can do. As children of God, we all have different gifts, and with each of those gifts come additional blessings and additional responsibilities. Ordination is another gift that we can receive to help us help one another. Receiving an ordination is a physical, emotional and spiritual free will act showing our heart’s motivation to step forward in the work and expand. The act of ordination is both a gift given from God to mankind, and a gift that mankind gives back to God by receiving the gift graciously and with full trust. This opportunity also gives us a different arrangement with the Holy Angels. Basically when we step up for the deeper work, we get more Angelic heavy-hitters helping us. This is necessary for most deliverances, all exorcisms, and many of the different kinds of blessings, such as land blessings.

God has always presented opportunities for his children to become closer to him, to know him better, to recognize love and choose love for in doing so, they choose God. This is an opportunity to step up to the challenge and make your statement for the glorification of God’s name. You have choices all the way through your life. All of these choices, both conscious and unconscious have an impact upon yourself, the world and all those in it.

There is a ripple effect of your choices. Becoming ordained is a choice that gives God greater opportunity to brighten you and all those impacted by the ripple effect of your choices of love over fear. You already are Love’s mobile sacred space, right now, just as you are. You are a bright flame that shines the Light of Love, the light of God. Becoming ordained transforms that bright flame into a bonfire! You become even more useful to God for you have chosen not only to align your will with God’s Will but have asked for more responsibility. God grants this responsibility freely with his Holy Spirit.

What does this mean? We will be asked to be more Christ-like, to make all our choices out of love and not fear, no matter what may be going on around us. We will be asked to bear the blessing of this responsibility by balancing our great desire with humility and submission to Love’s Will for us.
“But you are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a Holy nation, a people belonging to God, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light.” (1Peter 2:9)

This bonfire will brighten many and provide light for many who are in the dark. Becoming ordained brings you into the hierarchy, under the Apostles who are under Christ, under God. If it has already been placed upon your heart to do the greater work, then you will need the additional guidance and protection that God provides through the ordination. The God of Love is the one who is in charge and is the one we all follow. In his perfect wisdom, he asks that those who are called to the greater work will be required to be ordained to receive the opportunity for greater responsibilities. Through the gift of ordination, God grants us the corresponding tools for the fulfillment of these responsibilities. Love sets us up for success, all we are asked to do is to receive and follow through!

Also, as an additional gift, God has given those who are ordained 12 additional Divine Decrees to help them access him and the Holy Angels even deeper and flourish further in strength, confidence and God-ability! Even if these Divine Decrees for the Called and Commissioned are read by those not ordained, no additional blessing will be conferred upon them unless they have taken the vow of ordination and received the laying-on of hands.

What Happens During an Ordination? The ordination is not from man but from God. It is God’s Holy Spirit poured out upon you. The previously ordained person who now shares the ordination with you is given instruction of what to say, questions to ask and statements to make. When the candidate is able to answer affirming their choice of God and their desire to serve him in accepting the greater responsibility that is offered to them, the person ordaining you is called to lay hands upon you. This is the ceremony of love that has been passed down from the Apostles through all these many years. With this affirmation of us before God and man, we are gifted with God receiving us into the greater work. As a recognized commemoration of this by man, a certificate of this ordination is given as well.

What is Required to Become Ordained? A person must have already been baptized in a religion that loves God. This is a personal statement affirming your choice of God. This is a necessary step in the process. It doesn’t matter which religion, for God is accepting of all the religions who love him.
It is about the personal interaction, standing up for yourself and proclaiming your choice of God, your choice of Love. As well, a person must be of legal age in their state, province or country. A person must have their own authority and autonomy to make their choices. For example, a child may be considered a minor in their state until they reach the age of 18, then they are considered an adult by the law of that land. When they are legally recognized as an adult and are able to choose for themselves without having to ask permission of another, then they can seek to become ordained. They must not be legally under the authority of another; for the act of ordination requires our ability and desire to place our full authority under God.

What Do I Need to Do After the Ordination? Rest and play! Make sure that you have set enough time aside to recuperate. God is not shy about coming through during the ordination with a great amount of power and love, and it will feel similar to a great healing. It is important to be well hydrated, well fed and well rested afterwards. Take the time to let God’s love expand you. Sleep, eat, pray, and rejoice…for the real work is just beginning!

Is This for Everyone? No. But many will be called. There are many who are born now just because of their desire to do the greater work of shifting the world into light, and their hearts will lead them to do all they can. Those who are led to ordination have sought out the deeper things, have digested and assimilated both the milk and the meat, are consistent with aligning their will with God’s Will through The Divine Decrees, and are prayerful and consistent in their God connection. They have great compassion for those being troubled upon the earth and the environment, and they want to be part of the change. They have taken the Becoming the Mystic/Divine Decree Classes and have their own spiritual experiences and are expanding upon their gifts as well. They also have personal traits that are kind, loving, gentle, honest and peaceful. We remember we do not have to be perfect, but we seek to be loving in all our relationships. We must be temperate, loving, kind, considerate, self-controlled, hospitable, not violent but gentle. (1Tim.3:1-3)
We will always be called to perform these works in the way that they are meant to be done, through love. All this work is about love, we must be the love to do the work of love. This work is for those who are capable of being moved by love, have the desire to do the greater work, know that they are loved and act out of this love. It is a blessing for us to be Called and Commissioned, it is also a blessing and testament to the Love of God, and to our desire to help and love our neighbor, we become a blessing to them as well.

How Do I Know If This is for Me? God is the one who places these intentions in our heart to begin with. God is leading many to see that this is something he is calling them to do. Asking God, searching your heart and listening for God in the quiet, gentle, soft whispers in your heart. This has been outlines throughout this book and the Becoming the Mystic/Divine Decree Classes as well. Taking the time to listen in an important and essential step in doing this work. If we struggle with taking the time to listen to God, how will we be able to do the greater work? Practicing love, living a life of: love, non-judgment, compassion, righteousness, patience, understanding, kindness, and service to God is the beginning. Love has much more for us, always. It is a question that only you will be able to answer. Remember that “God knows the secrets of your heart.” (Psalm 44:21) Being Called and Commissioned is not about being perfect. It is about seeking out the greater things, seeking to do the greatest good for the greatest amount of people, seeking to ease the suffering of all of mankind assisting in this transition to God’s perfection of us all.

Ask yourself these questions:
1. Have I been moved by the things of this world to greater compassion and love?
2. Have I taken the Becoming The Mystic/Divine Decree Classes to learn the basics in order to be ready to do the greater work?
3. Am I doing the specialty prayers and The Divine Decrees as instructed?
4. Is this something God wants me to do?
If you can answer yes to all four questions, you will know. If you cannot, consider what you are asking in regards to being Called and Commissioned. God doesn’t set us up for failure, God sets us up for success! It is his Holy Spirit that makes all these things of love possible. These are the requirements for going on to do the greater work. Showing faithfulness in smaller things that we may be called to do the greater things is an important recognition of how God asks for things to be done. God is in charge and will place within our hearts the desire to do more, to be made more useful to him and to be Called and Commissioned.

Do I have to be Called and Commission to be Useful to God? No. God works through those who love him and whose hearts are true to him. This is an opportunity that God presents to those who hunger and thirst. This is for those whose most fervent desire is to serve God.

This is not something forced upon you. You always have a choice. God will always love you. This is not a way to prove yourself, this is not to be done to prove worthiness or acceptance for we are already deemed worthy, already loved and accepted as demonstrated through the redemption of mankind through Christ. This ordination is not to be used to prove to yourself or another that you are worthy, for we all already are through the love of God. This is to be entered into with respect, solemness, humility, a burning passion for Love and to do God’s Will, love for all mankind and all of creation, honor for the One who bestows the ordination (God), patience, obedience, and kindness. If these aspects are not already in place, reconsidering the choice to become ordained at this time is suggested. We are called to be the perfect reflection of the love of God. Many will be watching, those of the flesh and others who are not. Once ordained we have a responsibility that is unmatched prior to this ordination. We will be called upon to do great works, greater than mankind will be able to see or to recognize. We are asked to be God’s tool, easily moved by his Spirit as a feather moves easily upon the breezes.
Does it Cost Money? The ordination does not, the 2 day class that accompanies it does cost money - the donation requested is $500. You are not paying for the ordination; you are paying for the class time and information. The ordination is a free gift from God to those Called and Commissioned. The exchange of energy is for the one(s) teaching the class and their expenses, just as with the Divine Decree/Becoming the Mystic classes. So if you add together the cost of the Becoming the Mystic class ($300) and Called and Commissioned, the total funds required is $800 for about 37 hours of training. Although the Mystic class can be done through either MP3 or live teleconference, the Called and Commisioned class is only done in person, so the details of travel and personal expenses would have to be considered. Because of this, sometimes when a group of people in one area wish to be ordained, it is more cost-effective to fly in and acquire lodging for Father Billy instead of going to him. This is something to email Father Billy about. As more and more people become ordained, a list is kept of who is where and if they are available to teach the class and do the ordinations. Perhaps you already have someone near you!

What Does it Entail? The Called and Commissioned Class is a 2 day class. The first day and most of the 2nd day will be sharing the information needed to do this work, explaining the blessings more fully, sharing the meaning behind each blessing and preparing everyone that they feel comfortable in doing these blessings. This will be an added instruction that must follow The Divine Decrees/Becoming the Mystic Classes. The Called and Commissioned Classes will not be offered to those who have not completed the Becoming the Mystic/Divine Decree Classes. This work builds from simple to the more complex. We are asked to learn and digest, demonstrate that we can do well with the deeper things and then, if you are ready and if you feel called to do this greater work, then the Called and Commissioned class is your next step.

For those teaching the Called and Commission classes, hearing God’s Word about those who are coming to you for these classes will be essential as well. Does it make sense that in order to do the greater you must first show proficiency in doing the lesser?  We are all demonstrating our choices, love or fear in all our intentions and our actions. “No good tree bears bad fruit, nor does a bad tree bear good fruit.” (Luke 6:43)

Can a Woman be Ordained? Yes, of course. This specialty work is for those who are called to it, male or female. This work is blessed by God and given to us to spread love and help in this time of transition.
This is not done through a church or through a religion but directly through God. This is not about conforming to what religion has set up but doing this in accordance with how God wants it to be done, by his Holy Will.

Ordination: The ordination is to come from either Fr. Billy Clark or those that have been ordained by Fr. Billy Clark, which continues to grow by leaps and bounds. This is specialty work, this is not for those seeking to have a parish or congregation. This is not about starting a religion or a church. This work is about love. This is what has been asked of us through the Holy Stigmata of Blessed Tiffany, to share these things of love that there may be less suffering in the world during this time of shift and transition into timelessness.

Those that have been ordained by Fr. Billy Clark will have successfully completed the requirements asked of them and the work that our Heavenly Father has asked of them. These that have been approved and ordained are listed on our website, under the tab of “Ordained.” There will be a reading of information, an answering of questions and the hands-on in which God’s Holy Spirit comes through the lineage that began with Christ and the apostles.

The first step is recognizing that the ordination happens by God’s Will. God allows mankind to participate in his Holy priesthood. The ordination happens through man but by God. Once someone is ordained, they are always ordained, it cannot be taken away. This is a weighty responsibility. When we commit ourselves to God and his service, we accept great responsibility for our actions, our intentions, opportunities presented and opportunity missed. God will use us for much greater work. We become brighter with an ordination and closer to God. God loves us all and there is no greater or no lesser. We are given the opportunity to share in his Glory and in his interaction with his children.

The ordination is to be entered into respectfully.
After the proper preparation has been made: baptism, education (Becoming The Mystic Classes/Divine Decrees completed), there will be a meeting of both parties (those seeking the ordination and those performing the ordination) and the special two day Called and Commissioned class and then ordination can occur. You will be taught how to do these blessings through the hands-on example of the one(s) who have ordained you. This work will grow and grow. It is important that the time be taken to teach how to do these blessings as we have been instructed, for it is better to do this work well than it is for it to be done fast. This is sacred and Holy work. It is an honor to be in this place of doing God’s Will and following through on what has been asked. To do this work in love and through love is a statement of recognition of the one who asked us all to share in the story of God’s Love. “Be joyful always, pray continuously and be thankful in all things, for this is God’s Will for you in Christ Jesus.” (1Thes. 16-18)

What about Baptism? Baptism is a central step in the process of ordination. It will be required of every one who wishes to be ordained. One of the reasons why it is required is that it shows the intention and follow-through of the individual seeking to be ordained. Becoming baptized shows the free will acceptance of the person in stepping forward in faith with God. This scripture from Ephesians about unity in Christ explains it further: “As a prisoner for the Lord, then, I urge you to live a life worthy of the calling you have received. Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love. Make every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace. There is one body and one Spirit -just as you were called to one hope when you were called - one Lord, one faith, one baptism; one God and Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all.”(Ephesians 4:1-6)

For those who are already baptized, it will not be necessary to be baptized again. It doesn’t matter which denomination you were baptized under for all the denominations are under Christ, under God. “And this water symbolizes baptism that now saves you also - not the removal of dirt from the body but the pledge of a good conscience toward God.
It saves you by the resurrection of Jesus Christ, who has gone into heaven and is at God’s right hand - with angels, authorities and powers in submission to him. (1Peter 3:21)

For those who wish to do the greater work, for those who are Called and Commissioned, baptism will be required before ordination. Baptism is a rinsing clean, a repentance of sins signified through Holy Water. It can be sprinkled, poured over an individual or even through full immersion. Baptism is for the repentance of sins. It is a demonstration of our free will to be brighter in order to be the place of love that our Heavenly Father may use for the greater work. It is a preparation for us so that after we are baptized with the Holy Water, God may baptize us with The Holy Spirit during the laying on of hands that comes through the ordination.

Gifts of the Spirit “There are different kinds of gifts, but the same Spirit. There are different kinds of service, but the same Lord. There are different kinds of working, but the same God works all of them in all men. Now to each one the manifestation of the Spirit is given for the common good. To one there is given through the Spirit the message of wisdom, to another the message of knowledge by means of the same Spirit, to another faith by the same Spirit, to another gifts of healing by that one Spirit, to another miraculous powers, to another prophecy, to another distinguishing between spirits, to another speaking in different kinds of tongues, and to still another the interpretation of tongues. All these are the work of one and the same Spirit, and he gives them to each one, just as he determines. The body is a unit, though it is made up of many parts; and though all its parts are many, they form one body. So it is with Christ. For we were all baptized by one Spirit into one body—whether Jews or Greeks, slave or free—and we were all given the one Spirit to drink. Now the body is not made up of one part but of many. If the foot should say, “Because I am not a hand, I do not belong to the body,”  it would not for that reason cease to be part of the body. And if the ear should say, "Because I am not an eye, I do not belong to the body,” it would not for that reason cease to be part of the body. If the whole body were an eye, where would the sense of hearing be? If the whole body were an ear, where would the sense of smell be?
But in fact God has arranged the parts in the body, every one of them, just as he wanted them to be. If they were all one part, where would the body be? As it is, there are many parts, but one body. The eye cannot say to the hand, “I don't need you!” And the head cannot say to the feet, “I don't need you!” On the contrary, those parts of the body that seem to be weaker are indispensable, and the parts that we think are less honorable we treat with special honor. And the parts that are unpresentable are treated with special modesty, while our presentable parts need no special treatment. But God has combined the members of the body and has given greater honor to the parts that lacked it, so that there should be no division in the body, but that its parts should have equal concern for each other. If one part suffers, every part suffers with it; if one part is honored, every part rejoices with it. Now you are the body of Christ, and each one of you is a part of it.” (1Corinthians 12:4-27)

Many of us have different gifts to share in service to God, some will be called into the deliverance ministry, some to healing, some to blessings of houses of prayer and fellowship, some to land blessings, some to teaching and more! We are all parts of the same body, The Body of Christ. Baptism is a recognition of this unity and a place of willing participation to turn away from fear and turn towards love, to be unified under Christ, under God. Ordination is a stepping up of responsibility, and of blessings. Do you hear the call? He is waiting for you!

“Praise be to the name of God for ever and ever…He gives wisdom to the wise and knowledge to the discerning. He reveals deep and hidden things; he knows what lies in darkness, and light dwells with him…There is a God in Heaven Who Reveals Mysteries.”  (Daniel 2:20-22, 28)

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