Jesus -- Powerset:
Water into wine. Not an obvious offensive power, but humans are 70% water. Change that water into wine, they're dead. Also good as a secondary indirect attack weapon. Change nearby water into high proof alcohol and an open flame and you've got a transmutation flame attack. Good pair up with Storm God Thor. He gets the enemy wet, Jesus converts that into flammable booze, let loose a spark. FOOM!
Flight. Both obvious flight and hovering over water bodies. Standard superpower these days.
Resurrection. A power common to both DC & MARVEL superheros, but usually after a "death event" to temporarily boost sales. Only downside is the 3 day regen delay, but that's easily within a 1-issue margin of not harming sales figures.
Healing Touch + Cure All Diseases. Nuff said, standard D&D Cleric Powers. Useful in and out of combat.
Mass-Influence. Not too effective against Romans & Jews though. But still useful if people aren't aware you have subtle mind-control powers.
Replication. Only examples are fish & bread, so we would have to assume it might work only on non-living biomatter, but it's a darn handy power if you're stranded out in the middle of nowhere or trapped underground. This power could be used very creatively in many ways.
Resurrection of Others. Three known cases of Jesus's power plus a bunch of dead Saints after his death (Saints before Christianity?!?) Nonetheless, really handy battlefield power (standard videogame healer power).