no...it shows people have been taught to believe God has prophets revived today (the same false teaching which inserted a gap into Acts & Joel is the one which brought us Dispensational theology....which ties in with the overall modern prophetic movements agenda - see prior posts).
just because some denominations teach the Five-Fold Ministry doesn't make it so.
the church has not looked for them, nor accepted them for nearly 2000 years.
the moment a person begins to deliver a prophecy we can know instantly its false.
God is not the author of confusion.
what do we need prophets for?
everything is written.
my Bible nears the end with these words:
I warn everyone who hears the words of the prophecy of this book: If anyone adds anything to them, God will add to him the plagues described in this book.
and then it has a back cover.