Truly, it is a question that has troubled theologians for ages.
We can imagine an all powerful God. We can also imagine He has a tremendous appetite of course which includes an infinite fondness for cheese and corn.
LOTS of cheese and corn.
So can God make an infinitely large corny log SO big that even He can’t drop it off at the pool?
If he can’t muster up a steaming Charlie of sufficient mass as to get divinely sideways and dam up His holy mud hole then he is clearly not all powerful. Then again, if He can grunt the brown dead Pope past his Saint Peter then he has still proven to be less than fecally all powerful.
It all just boggles the mind.