“When they look up, they saw no one except Jesus.” (Matthew 17:8)
What do you see first after a problem started? Who do you turn to at the onset to provide the important resolution? Jesus? Your spouse? Your friend? Your parent(s)?, your colleague(s), your pastor, your imam?, or a perfect stranger?
The problem comes, the problem goes. Fear is an illusion; something that never comes from solidity. Breathe slowly and remember it is only temporary. In the opposite direction is Faith, which is a conception. It is a step-by-step process in the same manner a toddler learn his walks.
At your trying moment, your first reaction and eventual action determine your level of relationship with God. If you were grounded in the ultimate fellowship with Christ and you recognized the everlasting presence of the Holy Ghost in your life, there would be no fear at all because you have the confidence that everything will be all right. You will not panic, scream or act confused.
Learn to experience Christ in all areas of your life. See Him when you are happy; when you get up first thing in the morning and at bedtime; when you are taking in your three square meals; when you are ill and healthy; when you are lonely or in the midst of a crowd; when you are taking your daughter to the piano lessons. He is here now. Christ is always here with you. BUT you must learn to refocus your spiritual lens the appropriate position in order to see Him.