A single mom's prayers were answered by a complete stranger.

Desperately needing a car, Connie Cole called a North Carolina used car dealership to see if she could arrange some sort of payment plan to purchase a vehicle.

She didn't know that a Good Samaritan overheard the conversation and then paid for her car.

Cole and the general manager of the car dealership, Johnnie Hensley, appeared on "Fox and Friends Weekend" today to share this feel-good story.

Cole explained that she was in a difficult financial situation and her father had been driving her to and from work. She asked Hensley if there was any possible way to structure a payment plan so that she could have her own car.

Hensley revealed that a man, who wishes to remain anonymous, heard their conversation at the dealership and made the incredibly generous decision to buy Cole a car.

"I was very overwhelmed," Cole said. "Words can't explain how I felt. I've been praying and praying for help. And it was like God answered my prayers."

"I told him thank you and I gave him a hug and told him thank you a thousand times and told him how much it meant to me and my kids."

Watch the inspiring "Fox and Friends Weekend" clip above.

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