The Bible records several examples of Jesus manifesting and/or speaking to his disciples after having ascended to heaven. Probably the most well-known example is Paul's encounter with Jesus when he was on his way to Damascus (Acts 9:3-6), but we also have the conversation between Ananias and the Lord (Acts 9:10-16) and Stephen's vision of Jesus at the right hand of the Father (Acts 7:54-56). And, of course, how to forget John's powerful encounter with Jesus on Patmos, an event that was recorded in detail in the book of Revelation.
Despite these scriptural instances, are there any Christians groups or denominations that reject the idea that Jesus still manifests and speaks to people today?
A possibly related question: Do Cessationists believe that the Holy Spirit still speaks specific messages or instructions to Christians today?