The simple Answer is yes.
The RJ-11/RJ-14/RJ-25 system uses standardized pair placement, just like RJ45. (T568A/T568B)
The reason for these standards is so that any TELCO technician entering a building will not create wiring faults as long as he/she follows the wiring standard.
RJ-11, RJ-14, & RJ-25 are all names used for this physical connector.
RJ-11 is a 1 pair connector (6p2c- one phone line) 6-position
RJ14 is a 2 pair connector (6p4c- two phone lines) 6-postion 4
RJ-25 is a 3 pair connector (6p6c- three phone lines) 6-position
Here is a wiring guide for these registered jacks.
Adhering to this wiring standard will keep you from having faults with your wiring. As you can see the tip & ring system has designated voltage polarity for each pin. if you randomly terminate, It is a good likelihood that faults will be created, and it would be difficult to determine the fault without a decent butt-set / P.O.T.S tester.