A hymn of Christian dismissal, composed by the Nigerian hymn writer, Okoye David Ikechukwu, and former choirmaster at Christ Holy Church International, serves as a poignant invocation to God, the paramount communionist. This hymn emanated from an inspired moment during a choir rehearsal at the local church, which typically concluded at 9 pm amid a heavy downpour. This musical composition articulates a humble plea to the Almighty, beseeching His divine guidance for the congregation as they depart from the gathering. Specifically crafted for occasions of Christian dismissal, the hymn fervently implores God to lead the attendees safely home, invoking His blessings upon them. With an emphasis on formality, the hymn conveys a solemn and respectful tone, capturing the essence of a Christian gathering's closure and the devout request for divine protection during the journey homeward. The use of terminologies aligns with the sacred context, and the hymn stands as a testament to the composer's deep connection with faith and the shared spiritual journey of the congregation.