...though I didn't use it, because there were enough words in the liturgy already. But I read it as I was writing the sermon and re-reading the words of my former spiritual director. Both his words and the prayer by Aelred below can be found in the chapter on discernment in When in Doubt, Sing.
the water of your teaching
flows in silence.
Your gospel is not poured into our ears
by an eloquent tongue,
but is breathed into our hearts
by your sweet spirit.
Your voice never strains nor shouts.
You do not force us to hear you.
You ask only
that we open our hearts to you,
and in tranquility your love enters our soul.
*******Aelred of Rievaulx (c. 1110-1167)