" But when that which is perfect is come, then that which is in part shall be done away." Your definition of the word "perfect" can result in a true believer, or an evil heart of unbelief. The Spirit working through a believer, or flesh producing dead works. The motivation to operate in the gifts, to lay hands on for a miraculous healing is love, to help others unbelief who witness it, and to destroy the works of the devil. It's what Jesus did. "He who believes on me will do the works I do." Jesus gets the glory because man cannot heal, but Jesus heals through willing vessels. He came to give life. The Pharisee and the Cessationist have the same heart, it's not focused on love for others, but self. Both use scripture to deny the works of Christ then, and today. The reaction to hearing the sick being healed supernaturally by Jesus, was and still is, that it's not possible. It's a foolish thought even today. When a miracle did happen, and they could not deny it, the Pharasees immediate response was to assign it to Satan. They were angry and jealous. It exposes the lack in their ministry compared to Jesus. They could not rejoice over the blind seeing. Disqualification was the immediate thought as they were sin focused. The Cessationist does not believe miracles happen today through believers as they did in the early church. If you practice the same today, it has to be Satan. They cannot rejoice at the thought of the sick being healed. Disqualification is the immediate thought. Jesus told the Pharasees that Satan does not cast out Satan. The Cessationist really is saying since we have the bible, Jesus stopped casting Satan out, changed His mind and now Satan is casting Satan out. The Pharasee spoke evil of, mocked and killed Jesus, the son of David The Cessationist assigns others in the Body of Christ to damnation. It's bad fruit.