Prosagoge – Access

“the eternal purpose which He accomplished in Anointed/Christ Jesus our Lord, in Whom we have boldness and access [προσαγωγή / Prosagoge] in confidence through His faith”
—Ephesians 3.12

“Anointed/Christ once suffered concerning sins, the just for the unjust, that He might bring us to God; indeed being put to death in the flesh, but made alive in the Spirit”
—1 Peter 3.18

“to know the surpassing knowledge and love of Christ, that you may be filled to all the fullness of God
—Ephesians 3.19

“in Whom you also are being built together into a dwelling place of God in the Spirit”
—Ephesians 2.22

Original: προσαγωγή
Transliteration: Prosagoge
Phonetic: pros-ag-ogue-ay’
1) the act of bringing to, a moving to

2) access, approach

a) to God, i.e. that relationship with God whereby we are acceptable to him and have assurance that he is favourably disposed towards us

Origin: from G4317 (cf G72)
Part of speech: Noun Feminine
Strong’s: From G4317 (compare G72); admission: – access.