Journey’s Jonathan Cain says in a new interview that his most popular songs, including Faithfully and Open Arms, were inspired by God and, in hindsight, reference God. A Christian, Cain is credited with writing Don’t Stop Believin’ (1981), Faithfully, (1983), Open Arms (1981) and Separate Ways (Worlds Apart) (1983) – songs that remain popular today, some four decades after their release. Cain says he didn’t realize until after his father’s death in 1987 that God was behind the songs. Several of the songs have a double meaning, Cain said. “I’m forever yours, Lord, faithfully,” he said. “Lord, I come to you with open arms,” he said, referencing the 1981 song. Today, Cain leads music at his church.