As Theist’s say, God is omniscient, omnipotent, and omnibenevolent. With God being categorized as all of that, can evil still exist? This leads us into the next question: What is the problem of evil? Before we begin, we need to learn what omniscient, omnipotent and omnibenevolent means. Omniscient means “all-knowing”, you know everything, omnipotent means “all-powerful”, you are too strong and mighty and omnibenevolent means “all-good”. In order for us to thoroughly answer this question, we need to understand the two parts of evil, moral and natural evil. Moral Evil is defined as evil committed on purpose by humans. A few examples to help understand what moral evil means are murder, rape, terrorism, and awful hate crimes that harm others. Natural evil means evil we cannot control or the stuff we are not responsible, such as, hurricanes, floods, volcanic attacks and etc. Which are all known as natural disasters. In this paper, I am going to argue for the compatibility of Evil and Omni-God because sometimes God might be helping us learn by presenting to us what evil is and how we can fight it. The logical problem of evil is that we need to find a way to explain why God would allow evil into the world. An Atheist does not necessarily believe in God, but they are justified in the face of the problem of evil. On the contrary, Theists fully believe in the existence of one God. However, Theists and Atheists both agree evil exists, but they both view how evil exists differently.