© Oct. 24, 1999 John L. Stevens

My faith is in my Jesus
My anchor is in Him.
When turmoil comes my way
His power is still within.
He keeps me through the bad times
And guides me through the good.
His love is always with me
On His promise I have stood.

My hope is in my Jesus
My life is in His hand.
The hope of life eternal
On His promise I will stand.
The hope of Joy in heaven
The hope of Glory above.
The hope that fills my soul today
Is because of His great love.

My love comes from my Jesus
And fills my heart today.
His love is overflowing
I have love to give away.
His love is still within me
His love is so divine.
I kneel before my savior
Grace and mercy’s always mine.

It’s by Faith, Hope and Love
I have come to Him today.
Can’t have one without the others
There is no other way.
My faith I keep in Jesus
My hope He will secure.
His love is always with me
With all three I will endure.

The greatest of these is Love.

Rev. Oct. 16, 2000


3 Comments to “Faith, Hope, Love”

  1. Rob says:

    Nice poem. May I quote your poem in a Church service I am preparing?

  2. admin says:

    From Hello Poetry
    David Lowry Jul 27, 2010
    John, this is a marvelous poem in so many ways. A powerful testimony of your faith, exquisite in craftsmanship and straight from the heart. I’m adding it to my faves! Write on!

    John Stevens Jul 27, 2010
    Thank you David. That was written a year before all hell broke loose with my daughter. It has held fast for 11 years.
    Chris G J Smith Jul 28, 2010
    Amen my friend, this is a beautiful poem.

    John Stevens Jul 28, 2010
    Thanks Chris
    Mari Jul 28, 2010
    Your beautiful, indepth love for God/Jesus took my breath away as I read this superbly crafted poem, John. I sigh at the beauty of your words……..for they have touched my heart, my mind and my very soul John. The stunning lines in the poem breathtaking poetic gems, such is their emotional power. Beautifully expressed, the poem flows effortlessly powered by your wonderous love for God. Truly superb penning John and I thank you for allowing me to have the privilege of reading and commenting on it and also for so kindly sharing your finely crafted works of art, with me. Blessings dear John to you and yours…………..

    John Stevens Jul 28, 2010
    Thank you kindly My Irish Rose. (my grand daughter is mostly Irish, 15 months)

    I had not read it for some time until I posted it. I had forgotten (getting old) how it read and the feeling of the read. You express things so beautifully Mari, I am humbled. I read your comment to my wife and it blew her away. She was impressed. My hope in writing was to put the three words into easy to understand form, simple but meaningful. To touch someones heart mind and soul, is a great tribute to the power of words.

    It is evening in Ireland now. You made my day. Thank you.

    Louis Brown Aug 15, 2010
    A very good song lyric. Full of sincerity and conviction.

    John Stevens Aug 15, 2010
    It was written with a tune in my head. It is still there. Thanks for reading.
    john oconnell Aug 26, 2010




    John Stevens Aug 26, 2010
    Thanks John. I appreciate you comment. Did you see “The Three Musketeers”?
    Nikki I Sep 4, 2010
    Amen. Beautifully written, sir.

    John Stevens Sep 4, 2010
    Thank you and heavy on the Sir. Just kidding.
    On the Sir. It is a song.

    Nikki I Sep 5, 2010
    I’ll have to look into that… haha.

    John Stevens Sep 5, 2010
    Put it to music????

  3. louis rams says:

    this is a beautiful fantastic write.
    we both use those three beautiful words
    hope, faith, and love

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