To love is not intransitive, nor is it ditransitive. Aside from religious lingo, most people who hear the "sentence"
...will feel lost and be anticipating a direct object.
I'm curious. In what context are trying to use such a "sentence?"
No, it's not correct / grammatical.
You're other two example sentences, however, are absolutely correct!
Although, your third sentence.
requires a context in the perfect tense.
Has Joe eaten?
On the other hand, if you simply say.
Listeners will immediately anticipate the question
He has what?
To come is intransitive and doesn't require or expect a direct object. If anything, it may expect a destination, or an entire clause.
He comes bearing gifts.
They came riding in on horseback.
You come along.
The wind comes. // Better to say the wind is coming, but still it's correct.