Quite some time ago I purchased this little book by François Fénelon from a used theological bookstore:
The first section of the book has meditations on some sentences of Scripture. Here is one I appreciated reading yesterday:
Here is the text from the image above:
Teach us to pray.–ST. LUKE 11:1.
LORD, I know not what to ask of Thee. Thou only knowest what I need. Thou lovest me better than I know how to love myself. O Father, give to Thy child what he knows not how to ask. I dare not ask either crosses or consolations. I stand before Thee. I open my heart to Thee. Behold my needs that I know not of; behold and do Thou according to Thy mercy. Smite me or heal me, depress me or lift me up: I adore all Thy purposes without knowing them. I am silent. I offer myself to Thee. I yield to Thee. I no longer have any desire but to do Thy Will. Teach me to pray. Pray Thou Thyself in me.