One of the spiritual disciplines that members of the Wesleyan-Anglican Society are encouraged to take on is the praying of the Litany each Wednesday and Friday. - The Litany is found in the Book of Common Prayer (in its various forms). In the 1662 BCP of the Church of England, this "General Supplication" was said to be sung or said after Morning Prayer upon Sundays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
John Wesley passed the Litany on to "the people called Methodists" in his conservative revision of the Prayer Book, which he titled, The Sunday Service of the Methodists in North America. The instruction that Wesley gives in The Sunday Service is that it should be prayed on Wednesdays and Fridays.
One of my colleagues and fellow WAS member, the Rev'd. Daniel McLain Hixon, has given a rendering of the Litany in modern language based on Wesley's version and compared with the 1662 & 1979 Books of Common Prayer. He has posted this version on his blog, Gloria Deo. - I prayed this version, yesterday, and commend it for your consideration.