This year, Ash Wednesday is on February 26, 2020. If you customarily take ashes, the Lord God Almighty wants you to reconsider the practice. When the priest places ashes on your forehead, he generally will say, "dust to dust, ashes to ashes" as an indication that you have only one trajectory, a return to dust. If you are in the millennial kingdom of God, that trajectory has been consumed by the cross of Christ. You no longer are scheduled to return to dust. You now have eternal life as your new trajectory.
If you are a priest whose custom is to say, “dust to dust, ashes to ashes” and you now wish to say what is in keeping with the kingdom of God, you must first determine whether or not the person standing in front of you is sealed. If they are not, you can say “dust to dust, ashes to ashes.” However, if they are clearly sealed and raptured, you have two options. Either you make the sign of the cross in front of them with your hand, or you place a cross on their forehead without the ashes.
If they insist on getting ashes on their forehead, you have to tell them that you cannot give ashes to anyone who is sealed with the indwelling Holy Spirit Of God, nor can you say, “dust to dust, ashes to ashes.” Instead, you can say, “peace, be still.” The Lord God Almighty is a God who restores what the devil has taken.