The balance of knowledge and being leads to comprehension. You need both.
However, going around quoting other people's words, acting that one knows from experience, is knowledge above being. This is a swindler, someone who cheats others and oneself, since one pretends to be something one isn't.
Not knowing the literature while having lots of internal experiences creates problems, because one does not know how to interpret the wisdom of God. This is the serious case of a stupid saint.
One must be informed, but not fanatic.
One must be disciplined, but not a simpleton.
People who do not work with both knowledge and being in harmony create difficult situations for themselves and others.
There is nothing wrong with introducing these writings to others even when one does not know certain parts from experience.
I recommend that you speak about things you are confident about, that you have verified, while offering the rest of the knowledge with the understanding that this is what you study and are interested in. This helps yourself and humanity at the same time.
For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami