According to New Testament scholar Mike Bird spirituals gifts are for today. Bird makes his case from 1 Corinthians 1:7.
“If the spiritual gifts help the church in its life and mission prior to the parousia, and if Christ has not yet returned, then it is sensible to think that some of the gifts will carry on until Christ’s second advent. An apocalyptic hope of Christ’s return and a belief that God has not abandoned the church seem to necessitate the view that the Spirit remains active in gifting the church to succeed in its mission until the second coming.” —Evangelical Theology
While other spiritual gifts will carry on until Christ’s second coming, Bird do not think the offices of prophet and apostle are among them. For Bird, the offices of prophet and apostle were “eschatological ministries to provide ‘foundation’ for the church (Eph 2:20),” and since the foundation has been laid, “the apostolic office and prophetic voice is largely subsumed into Christian preaching, witness, and teaching.”
Making a case from 1 Corinthians 1:7 for the continuation of spiritual gifts is really nothing new. For example, in his classic commentary on 1 Corinthians, Gordon Fee, a Pentecostal New Testament scholar, has advanced similar arguments.