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AUSTIN, Texas (BP) -- The spate of bombings in Austin that had everyone in the city on "high alert" may be over after suspect Mark Anthony Conditt killed himself with an explosive Wednesday (March 21).
The latest development left many Christian leaders thankful the situation didn't become far worse, said David Smith, executive director of Austin Baptist Association.
"Though we grieve for the families, I think the casualty count was as low as it was because of prayer," said Smith, who noted that Austin's existing network of pastors had responded quickly to the crisis with unified prayer. "I believe God allowed this guy to make enough mistakes that it kept things from being even more serious than they were." Read More