Did Miraculous Gifts Cease With The Apostles?
When we turn to the books of Acts, we discover that many people exercise various miraculous gifts of the Holy Spirit.
For example, there are many people who speak in tongues:
The one hundred twenty (Acts 2)
The Samaritans (They almost certainly spoke in tongues, for Acts 8:18 says that Simon 'saw' the Samaritans receiving the Holy Spirit).
Cornelius and the Gentiles with him (Acts 10:45-46)
The twelve disciples at Ephesus (Acts 19:6)
There are also a number of people mentioned in Acts who had received the gift of prophecy:
The individuals in Acts (Acts 13:1)
The prophets Judas and Silas (Acts 15:32)
The disciples at Tyre who 'through the Spirit ... urged Paul not to go on to Jerusalem' (Acts 21:4)
Philip’s four unmarried daughters who prophesied (Acts 21:9)
Ananias (Acts 9:10-18)
When Stephen and Philip are added to the list just mentioned, there is an impressive variety of non-apostolic figures receiving and exercising miraculous charismata in a book that is almost exclusively devoted to the ministries of Peter and Paul.