The example that you gave, the lesson from a fig tree (Mathew 24:32-35) is actually already fulfilled in 1948, if we assert that the fig tree here represents the nation of Israel, because the nation of Israel was reborn in 1948. After the destruction of Israel in AD 70 by the Roman Empire, after wandering around the world for almost 2000 years, the Jewish people could once again claim their land and the long lost nation of Israel was reborn.
If you want to know prophecies in the Bible which are yet to be fulfilled, the best place to find them is the Book of Revelation. Some of the pending prophecies yet to be fulfilled are -
- The Rapture: The faithful will be caught up in the clouds. (1 Thess 4:16-17) If this prophecy had already happened, then we are the unlucky ones who are left behind to be tormented by the Antichrist. :-)
- The rebuilding of the Temple in Jerusalem: Some Bible scholars say that the Third Temple in Jerusalem will be built in the last days. (Daniel 9:27, 2 Thess 2:4) This has not happened yet. The Western wall/Wailing wall still stands in Jerusalem and no progress of rebuilding it yet.
- The fall of Babylon: Usually identified as the false religion who will initially control the Beast. Also called the whore, who sits on seven hills. (Rev 17-18)
- The Antichrist: The Beast who will enforce the number 666 and controls all economies. (Rev 13)
- The two witnesses: They will proclaim the truth about the Messiah, killed by the Beast in Jerusalem and resurrected by God after 3 days. (Rev 11)
- The Tribulation: Followers of Christ will be killed by the Antichrist. (Rev 7)
- Armageddon: The last world war to be fought, probably world war III. (Rev 16:16)
- The wrath of God: The wicked people on earth punished by plagues, catastrophes etc. (Rev 16)
- The second coming: Jesus will come back as the Rider on the White Horse to defeat the Beast and the kings of the earth. (Rev 19:11-21)
- The 1000 years: Jesus will rule the earth while Satan is in the abyss. (Rev 20:1-6)
- The Judgement Day: Satan and anyone whose name is not in the Book of life will be thrown into the Lake of Fire. (Rev 20:11-15)
- New Heaven and Earth: The last thing that the Bible mentions about the destiny of the faithful believers. (Rev 21)