In the church of christ, there is a debate between two major camps concerning the Holy spirit: the “word only” view and the literal indwelling view. Gus Nichols held to the literal indwelling view while men like Guy N Woods and Franklin Camp taught the word only view. The latter was persuading to me in the first half of my ministry.
The word only view began to fall apart for me in my study of Romans.
In Romans 8, Paul writes,
However, you are not in the flesh but in the Spirit, if indeed the Spirit of God dwells in you. But if anyone does not have the Spirit of Christ, he does not belong to Him… But if the Spirit of Him who raised Jesus from the dead dwells in you, He who raised Christ Jesus from the dead will also give life to your mortal bodies through His Spirit who dwells in you.Romans 8:9-11
From this passage, it seems like every member at the Roman church had the Spirit, at least those who belonged to God. Those who didn't were apparently not eligible for resurrection. However, in Romans 1, Paul says,
For I long to see you so that I may impart some spiritual gift to you, that you may be established;Romans 1:11
Apparently some had the Spirit, but they didn't have the miraculous gifts. The gifts were given so that they would be established. This is the similar to what Paul said in 1 Corinthians 1.
I thank my God always concerning you for the grace of God which was given you in Christ Jesus, that in everything you were enriched in Him, in all speech and all knowledge, even as the testimony concerning Christ was confirmed in you, so that you are not lacking in any gift, awaiting eagerly the revelation of our Lord Jesus Christ, who will also confirm you to the end, blameless in the day of our Lord Jesus Christ.1 Corinthians 1:4–8
Here the church is told that they were enriched in all speech and knowledge in the same way the gospel was confirmed in them, miraculously. Not everyone in the empire's capitol had these gifts, so Paul wanted to make a special trip to them to accomplish this.
Were these saints exempt from resurrection? Did they belong to God?
In Acts 8, John and Paul had to travel to Samaria to impart spiritual gifts to the people. Did those individuals belong to God before or after their arrival? If a Christian died before having Peter and John lay their hands on them, were they out of luck?
As I've stressed up to this point, the main purpose of the Spirit wasn't to allow people to do miracles; it was to sanctify, to resurrect, to restore. The gifts were proof that the Spirit had been poured out in this special way, but the absence of the charismata does not mean the absence of the Spirit.