What a moment!

At a Garth Brooks concert in Minneapolis last week, the country star couldn't help but stop singing to deliver an inspiring message to a woman battling cancer. 

It happened when Teresa Shaw, who is battling breast cancer, was shown on the big screen with a sign that read, "Chemo this morning, Garth tonight, Enjoying "The Dance."

Brooks told the crowd, "God just stuck his hand out and wrote this ... You have all my strength, you have everybody's strength in here and you go kick cancer's ass!"

During her favorite song, "The Dance," Brooks brought Shaw to the front row, serenaded her, gave her a hug and even left her with his guitar.

Shaw, who traveled from Iowa for the show, said on "Fox and Friends" this morning that she's still shocked and amazed that Brooks did that.

"I was just hoping that he'd see [the sign] and I could get it autographed. ... I'm still on cloud nine," she said.

Shaw said looking at the guitar gives her a "boost to keep going and finish out what I need to finish" after 13 rounds of chemotherapy. 

Her message to others battling cancer is to stay positive. 

"You just have to keep a positive attitude to get through it. Positive attitude, humor and my faith has helped me get through it," she said. 

Watch the inspirational moment and interview above.

Check out the full concert video below: