Martyn Lloyd-Jones was saddened by the drift of Calvinist thinking and teaching away from a balance of emphasis on both the objective and subjective aspects of true faith to a dry a Calvinism. Unfortunately, in his zeal to revive Calvinistic thinking, he embraced the concept of a non cessationist church, at least to some degree as far as I can tell, and thus put a damper on the true revival that he so longed for.

I don't understand the cessationism. The bible says, "these signs shall follow them that believe." I believe it. I put it down to unbelief. People just don't have a big enough view of God. I don't see any scriptural reasons. But by and large calvinism is cessationist, except for some of the early scots presbyterians and some of the early particular baptists.