Some in the modern healing movements claim 'continued authority' for themselves and their ministry based upon the belief that God 'never' recalls a gift he has given to a person (such as wisdom, healing, etc.), or the office to which they were called (such as Apostle or Teacher, etc.). From what I can tell the argument is produced to hold duty bound, anyone who believes 'one' of their miracles to be true, to accept their office and all their miracles to be true 'always', because God never 'revokes' a particular individual gift or calling within the ministry.
The prooftext for this belief is often this:
for God’s gifts and his call are irrevocable. (Romans 11:29, NIV)
It seems obvious that this proof text is a wresting of scripture rather than an exegesis. My question is what is the biblical basis for concluding on an individual basis gifts and callings can most definitely be revoked.
Note: This question is not related to eternal security. There are those in the healing movements that support Calvinism and some support Arminianism. This subject is not within the scope of the question.