Imagine a circle. To go "into" a circle means that you first need to pass the barrier of the circle, thereby, coming inside of its perimeter. This is basic gramatical structure/syntax of the English language. Yet, it is no diferrent than the Kione Greek language the New Testament was written in. All lanuage has structure.
Look it up. Don't be afraid.
A person comes "into" Christ when they are touched by the blood of Christ at baptism "into" Jesus. This is how God has structured His being born again. (Check out all passages dealing with conversion.)
Be the Lord's humbled . . . John A. Reeves