The simple answer is “no.”
That’s not bad because some fear is good. I am afraid of a rattlesnake. I am afraid to cross in front of a moving train. I am afraid to drink poison. I am afraid to climb over the safety rail on top of the mountain. You get the idea.
But doesn’t the Bible say, “Perfect love casts out all fear”?
No, it doesn’t.
It is true that some contemporary paraphrases of the Bible have added the word “all” (Today’s English Version; New Living Translation). But the word “all” is not in the Greek text, and is not added in the best translations of 1 John 4:18:
“There is no fear in love; but perfect love casts out fear” (NKJV, NASB, NRSV).
“There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear” (NIV).
“There is no fear in love: but perfect love casteth out fear” (ASV).