This seems too literal-minded, but:
Either the second or the third is Jesus, probably the second; these are all somewhat well-known stories from the Bible. (Though I'm in some doubt about a couple of them, as you will see below.)
The first subject can summon bears.
This one is Elisha.
The second subject can stop waves.
This one might be Jesus (the "calming of the storm" story) but I wonder whether there are other good candidates. I can't think of any, though.
The third subject can summon zombies.
This one might be Jesus (resurrection of Lazarus; maybe also the bit in Matthew's gospel about people emerging from their tombs at Jesus's resurrection). There are a few other resurrection stories in the Bible, but those two are much more zombie-like than any of the others. The other, not very convincing, candidates here are: Elijah, Elisha, St Peter, and St Paul. ... Aha, in another answer LCIII offers Ezekiel and his dry bones, which is actually pretty convincing.
The fourth subject can tear off limbs.
Don't know about this one. (A couple of people have suggested Samson, but he isn't exactly described as tearing off limbs. He does tear a lion apart "as if it were a young goat", but I'm not convinced that's the same.) In any case, nothing of this kind is attributed to Jesus.
The fifth subject can turn their staff into a snake.
This one is Moses.
[I've edited this a few times; bear that in mind if any comments don't seem to make sense.]