I'm not quite sure what universal justification is. However, you need to be careful with the sanctification doctor because many people teach this doctrine in a manner that appears to seem that we are saved by our works. It may be difficult for some Christians understand that we are saved by the free gift of salvation, which is confirmed by our relationship with Christ. This relationship requires involves a life of service, and dedication to his purpose. As the Bible indicates, those are connected with Christ will display the fruits of the Spirit. If one reads to the fruits of the Spirit they are characteristics allow us to interact with our fellow man in a manner that is representative of Christ character. Unfortunately, many people look for how well a person files and organizational doctrine, and then further extrapolate this to making salvation statements about specific violations of that doctrine.