As I mentioned a few days ago, President Matthew C. Harrison, president of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, has invited us all to join him in praying the Litany every day during Lent. You can read his remarks here. I'm posting the Litany here for you to use. I would also like to highly recommend that if you do not already have it, you purchase a copy of The Treasury of Daily Prayer, which contains the Litany and an entire year's worth of wonderful prayer resources. Also, if you would like to sing the Litany it is part of the recording for daily prayer titled Evening and Morning. The last track on the recording is the Litany, chanted by the Kantorei of Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana. By the way, the image above is from a web page that provides the text of the Litany as printed in the Book of Common prayer from 1544.
How to pray the Litany:
(1) Set aside a time and a place for quiet meditation and prayer.
(2) Calm yourself and prepare yourself to pray in silence before you begin.
(3) If you are with others, choose one person to say the "L" parts and then all join in on the "C" parts. If you are alone say/sing each part.
(4) Kneeling is a helpful posture to assume when praying. If this is not possible, use whatever posture is most helpful to you.
(5) Use any, or all, of the concluding prayers, in the same manner as the Litany.
L: O Lord,
THE OUR FATHER
One or more of the following Litany collects may be spoken or chanted. You may use as few or as many, as your devotion suggests.