The same God that gave us commandments such as "Do not commit adultery, do not murder" said, "Do not worry." It's a violation of our relationship to God to question His authority by worrying.
Has any good ever come out of any worrying that we've ever done? Worry only compartmentalizes us andmakes us unable to do what we set out to do. If we are worried about a problem, what we need to do is simply trust the Lord and do good.
The word worry comes from a word that means "to divide." When we worry, we divide our energy. Do we worry? We worry about others if we don't worry! All of us worry, but we shouldn't. Jesus commands us half a dozen times, "Do not worry." When we worry about a situation, the problem gets us instead of us getting it.
Jesus is not afraid of the things that cause us fear. He never said, "Don't bring your fears to me; I'm too busy." Instead, He said, "I'm not afraid of the things that cause you to fear. Bring your fears to me