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Which, knowing it could be the Voice of no Mortal, I concluded was the Voice of God, and with Tears, as I remember, reply'd, I am a very great Sinner, Lord! Hereupon, I withdrew again into the Inner-Room, securing and barring the Door upon me, & betook my self to a very proper and seasonable Duty, namely, Secret Prayer; performing it with some kind of Conscience towards God, and with Hopes to receive some Good at his Hands, (which I never did all my Life-time before). But it was an impudent and proud Prayer: For I pray'd in my own Strength, as tho' I was good enough to have Communion with an Holy God, and worthy enough to have Access to Him, and Success with him, as to all I pray'd for.
Having refused to take an oath of conformity to certain Anglican practices, Trosse was for a time liable to prosecution. In 1685 he was indeed arrested for participating in an illegal religious gathering and placed in jail for six months, along with four other Nonconformist ministers. But by the time he wrote his Life, in the first decade of the eighteenth century, Trosse was a highly esteemed member of the Exeter community, no longer an object of persecution. " The mature, reformed Trosse, in telling this story of youthful folly, and madness, serves not only as a kind of moral censor-showing us past events through the screen of his mature judgment-but also as an intellectual or rational censor, always careful to distinguish between appearance and reality.
On the same day I went to the Franciscan Fathers and wanted to confess there and take Communion. When I wanted to confess the priest ordered me to say the confessionprayer. But I could not pray it although I started four times, yet I failed every time until the priest recited it before me; then I could say it and complete the prayer. While I was confessing the Foul Fiend came for me twice and plagued me during confession. After I had confessed I went into the Church and received the High Sacrament from the Altar.