This lovely prayer is from a book of old Puritan prayers.  Not, mind you, from old Puritans, just that the prayers are old.

Anyway, this beautiful prayer brings a sustaining calmness whenever I read it, perhaps you might appreciate it as well.

My little boat sails on a restless sea,
Grant that Jesus may sit at the helm and steer me safely;
allow no adverse currents to divert my heavenward course,
let not my faith be wrecked amid storms and shoals;
bring me to harbor with flying pennants,
                        hull unbreached, cargo unspoiled.
I ask great things,
            expect great things,
            shall receive great things.
I venture on You wholly, fully,
            my wind, sunshine, anchor, defense.
The voyage is long, the waves high, the storms pitiless,
but my helm is held steady,
Your Word secures safe passage,
Your grace wafts me onward,
my haven is guaranteed.
This day will bring me nearer home,
Grant me holy consistency in every transaction,
my peace flowing as a running tide,
my righteousness as every chasing wave.
Help me to live circumspectly,
with skill to convert every care into prayer,
Halo my path with gentleness and love,
smooth every asperity of temper;
let me not forget how easy it is to occasion grief;
may I strive to bind up every wound,
and pour oil on all troubled waters.
May the world this day be happier and better because I live.
Let my mast before me be the Savior’s cross,
            and every oncoming wave the fountain in His side.
Help me, protect me in the moving sea
            until I reach the shore of unceasing praise.
From The Valley of Vision, A Collection of Puritan Prayers and Devotions