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From "Pittman's Biographies"

"Rebecca Anna Phillips, of Macon, Ga. originally united with the Missionary or New School Baptist Church, with whom she remained about eight years and then joined the Primitive or Old School Baptist Church. This was a great trial of her life and about the year 1875 she wrote her 'Experience and Reasons For Leaving the Missionary and Uniting With the Primitive Baptist.' The first edition of 3000 copies were in a few months entirely exhausted. After much solicitation, she was induced to revise and enlarge this work., and it was, in 1901, published under the title of 'Led By A Way I Knew Not.' Sister Phillips was for many years, corresponding Editress of 'Zion's Landmark,' published by Elder P. D. Gold, at Wilson, N.C. She was known as a deep, instructive and spiritual writer. Truly she was a teacher sent of the Lord. "


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Led By A Way I Knew Not-Chapter 1
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Led By A Way I Knew Not-Chapter 5
Led By A Way I Knew Not-Chapter 6
Led By A Way I Knew Not-Chapter 7
Led By A Way I Knew Not-Chapter 8
Led By A Way I Knew Not-Chapter 9
Led By A Way I Knew Not-Chapter 10
Led By A Way I Knew Not-Chapter 11
Led By A Way I Knew Not-Chapter 12
Led By A Way I Knew Not-Chapter 13
Led By A Way I Knew Not-Chapter 14
Led By A Way I Knew Not-Chapter 15
Led By A Way I Knew Not-Chapter 16
Led By A Way I Knew Not-Chapter 17
Led By A Way I Knew Not-Chapter 18
Led By A Way I Knew Not-Chapter 19
Led By A Way I Knew Not-Chapter 20
Melchisedec
Beautiful Feet
Signs and Wonders
Faith
Matt 11:11
Letter To Sister Tucker
Why Do We Neglect Our Duty
Why Are We Not At Peace
Unleavened Bread
The One Baptism
The Free Gift
Prayer
Pillow of Stones
The One Right Way
Oh If I May!
Love, Pity and Courtesy
Let Me Hear Thy Voice
Labour And Reward
"If Thou Be The Son of God"
Holiness And Sanctification
Binding And Loosing
 
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