Hezekiah is now the King of Judah. He was a great man of God and king. He quickly reforms the kingdom, purging as much idolatry out of Judah as he can. But in his first confrontation with the Assyrian world power he caves in and pays tribute. Years later Assyria comes to him again, intending to do to Judah as it did to Israel; carry them out of the land. This time Hezekiah stands up to them, but not before Assyria’s field commander broadcast his propaganda mocking the God of the Jews, it is the voice of Satan with all its blaspheme, error, intimidation and vulgarity.