Schaff, Philip. "Ch. 23: The End of the World." The Oldest Church Manual Called the Teaching of the Twelve Apostles. Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged. New York: Funk & Wagnalls, 1886, 75-77
Schaff consisders it entirely appropriate and almost expected that the Didache would end with an apocalyptic exhortation (Schaff 1886, 75). In the eucharistic prayers also there are references to the end of the age, as Christ will bring the world to its final judgment. Absent from the Didache, however, is reference to the fall of Jerusalem. Schaff holds that the Synoptic Gospels, written before A.D. 70, always look forward in time to the fall of Jerusalem as a sign of the end. He notes that it was considered unwise for Christians to be too curious about calculating the time of the end, based on Acts 1:7 (Schaff 1886, 76). The Didache likewise expects that we would not know the time of the Lord's coming (cf. Matthew 25:13). However, there are expected signs of the end (Schaff 1886, 76-77).
The resurrection spoken of in the Didache "is restricted to the saints (xiv.7)" (Schaff 1886, 77). Schaff observes that this has been taken both as an endorsement of a chiliastic or non-chiliastic position. However, it appears to Schaff that many of the ante-Nicene fathers were chiliastic in their outlook.