Hi, I enjoyed your question, gifts of preaching were one of the first “gifts” bestowed on early Christians and remain solely within Christianity, Acts of the Apostles. The gift was to preach the word of God in a foreign language. Which means that you praised God and spoke of the kingdom. In modern times we are told that people spoke in tongues which is the same as babbling words that do not praise God or sound intelligent, Acts 2:1-13. Today this is called the mark of the Devil and is used as proof of needing exorcism, especially in the Catholic Church.
In the Book of Acts, it was started by “pouring out” Holy Spirit upon the brothers and sisters, Acts 2:1–4, that helped jump starting preaching in foreign languages. Since we know that the Bible stories are not real but the situation of spreading the 'Good News' is actually real, Matthew 24:14. The story of gifts given to men are told to encouraging the people and to move them to preaching the word with God's support, 1 Corinthians 12:1-11. What does the Bible tell us what to expect concerning gifts of the Spirit?
1 Corinthians 13:8-10
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8 Love will never end. But all those gifts will come to an end—even the gift of prophecy, the gift of speaking in different kinds of languages, and the gift of knowledge. 9 These will all end because this knowledge and these prophecies we have are not complete. 10 But when perfection comes, the things that are not complete will end.