Read Luke 23 today.

This chapter includes Jesus’ trials before both Pilate and Herod, His crucifixion, and His burial.
As many times as I have read this chapter, I do not recall noticing that Herod joined the soldiers in mocking Jesus. I recall his delight in seeing Him, but not the complete shift to mocking.
Herod began the trial ‘delighted’ at the prospect of witnessing Jesus perform a miracle. He wanted to see the show. He wanted Jesus to perform a miracle on command. When Jesus did not follow Herod’s commands, Herod turned his back on Jesus.
Is our relationship with Jesus like that? Are we fine with Him so long as He performs for us on command? What is your response when Jesus does not do what you desire Him to do? Do we still delight in His presence when He is Lord?
Luke 23:8-11 NLT
Herod was delighted at the opportunity to see Jesus, because he had heard about him and had been hoping for a long time to see him perform a miracle. [9] He asked Jesus question after question, but Jesus refused to answer. [10] Meanwhile, the leading priests and the teachers of religious law stood there shouting their accusations. [11] Then Herod and his soldiers began mocking and ridiculing Jesus. Finally, they put a royal robe on him and sent him back to Pilate.