I've only been to a "Pentecostal" church once. And it was a bit too much for me. I'm a "calvary chapel" person.Praise God, He still works supernaturally as well as providentially. It may not be in every "Pentecostal" church in every city but God still works supernaturally today.
The shooting took place in July 1978, and a few weeks later, I'd attended a Saturday night Jesus concert. Afterwards the preacher invited everyone who wanted to be healed to come forward for prayer.
I did. And so did a couple of hundred or so others.
It essentially had the appearance of a large crowd of people, in front of the stage at the church, all laying hands on each other, and the preacher praying for us, as we all prayed in agreement
I didn't even know I'd been healed until two days later, at the doctor's office. The doctor was the surgeon who operated on my throat, removing the bullet, and stapling my esophagus/trachea shut.
I didn't "feel" anything special. I prayed, and on Monday, I returned to the doctor's office, and upon looking in my throat, he exclaimed that a miracle had taken place. When I asked what he meant, he reitereated what we'd talked about the Friday prior, and the damage to my throat, from the bullet, the danger of my eating the wrong kinds of foods, etc.... and then told me--- now it doesn't even look like a bullet ever went through there. Your throat looks brand new.
It was then that I told him what happened Saturday night.
With of course the typical 18 yr old excitement--- wow. Cool! I guess God really healed me then. that's awesome!
To which the doctor asked what I meant. I explained what happened, and his response was----
Well, I don't know about all that, but this is definitely a miracle.
So... yes. God does still work, just like he did in the days of the bible.