The leprosy therefore of Naaman shall cleave unto thee, and
unto thy seed for ever
As long as any of his race remained; as through his covetousness he had his money, so for his punishment he should have his disease:
and he went out from his presence;
as one ashamed and confounded, and discharged from his master's service:
a leper [as white] as snow;
a leprosy of which colour is the worst, and is incurable.