Hezekiah prays, as recorded in Isaiah 37:14-20. It is worth noting this prayer - my prayers are so feeble in comparison - and Webb makes these good points -
"It begins and ends with God, and its overriding concern is that God might be glorified in the situation. Hezekiah has gone up to the temple and spread out Sennacherib's letter before the LORD. And now, as he begins to pray, he recalls who it is he prays to: O LORD Almighty, God of Israel, enthroned between the cherubim...Hezekiah's prayer is so magnificent because it arises from a deep and true understanding of who God is, and is fundamentally an act of worship. Such praying lifts people out of themselves and into the presence of God. And in that context, present problems are not lost sight of; they are just seen from a new perspective, and the cry for deliverance becomes a cry that God's kingdom may come and his will be done." - Webb, p 152.
And note why Hezekiah wants this prayer answered - "...save us from his hand, that all the kingdoms of the earth may know that You are the LORD, You alone." - Isaiah 37:20. He has become consumed with the glory of God.