Actually it is not, because many here nitpick the wording in Greek, and if it don't say something then you cannot even use a thought. If you do not hold to a hyperliteral interpretation like they do, then you are wrong. Jesus addressed the disciples separately from the general public, so if something is missing from the general audience it was not for that audience. None of those people on the Mount of Olives would see the Second Coming. None of the 1st century church saw the Second Coming. If you claim they did, you are arguing from silence. So nothing in the Olivet Discourse would apply to any one at all. They are all dead. Do you think it applies to any future people? If you think it applies to only the church, you are also arguing from silence, because Jesus did not claim that either.This is an argument from silence which is fallacious. However, the verses mentioning the trials come on ALL the Earth, and ALL man being affected kinda do say that Christians will be involved.
Calling silence either negatively or positively is the same thing. No, only sheep are being addressed. You will have to figure out what sheep are compared to all Scripture on sheep.
Are you a Christian based on works?