Proverbs 29:18] Where there is no revelation,the people cast off restraint; but happy is he who keeps the law.
As a teacher of disciples, I understand this proverb to be vitally true. I understand that teaching the word of God must not just consist of me teaching scripture but it needs to include me teaching scripture accompanied by the revelations of the Holy Spirit.
When there is no revelation, the proverb says that, "the people cast off restraint", meaning that they disregard, that which has kept them safe or secure. The revelations of the Holy Spirit will keep a person successful in their walk with God because of the day to day wisdom of the Holy Spirit.
As a teacher, it is my responsibility to hear from God in regards to the message that I am delivering. I would be doing those who are coming to learn from me a disservice by not hearing from God. Me being one who ask questions, asked the Lord how could a person go to church weekly and not ever accept Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior? His answer was, "No revelation". From that time on, I have purposed to not just study and teach what was written, but to fully prepare by seeking God and His desire and His purpose for His word and deliver that message which was received from the Holy Spirit. So by teaching the revelation of what was written, those whom I teach have had many live changing experiences.
It is the revelation(s) of God that keep the people restrained, keeps them focused, keeps them zealous. Happy is that man.