What is the metric of the radius PostGIS query?

I am trying to make a query (using raw query in sequelize orm for a PostgreSQL with PostGIS database) for a radius of a certain 'maxDistance' radius (preferably in meters):

const maxDistance = 100000000

const lat = 4.307662331310191
const lon = 52.09468958820517
const sequelize = hook.app.get('sequelizeClient')

return sequelize.query(`SELECT "id", "created_at", "wkb_geometry", ST_Distance(ST_SetSRID(ST_MakePoint(\${parseFloat(lat)}, \${parseFloat(lon)}), 3857), "wkb_geometry") AS distance FROM "points" WHERE ST_Distance(ST_SetSRID(ST_MakePoint(\${parseFloat(lat)}, \${parseFloat(lon)}), 3857), "wkb_geometry") < \${maxDistance}`)

When I create another point, i.e.: const HOME_LONLAT = [4.295980701608052, 52.09069818826458] in the database and run the query I get a result with a distance of 0.012344705180102 however the actual distance of these two geopoints is approx 930 meters. What am I doing wrong or how should I convert the distance to get the distance in meters?

EDIT: When I alter the query into:

'SELECT "id", "created_at", "wkb_geometry", ST_Distance(ST_GeogFromText(\'SRID=3857;POINT(4.307662331310191 52.09468958820517)\'), "wkb_geometry") AS distance FROM "points" WHERE ST_Distance(ST_GeogFromText(\'SRID=3857;POINT(4.307662331310191 52.09468958820517)\'), "wkb_geometry") < 100000000'

I get this error:

error: Only lon/lat coordinate systems are supported in geography

EDIT2: In PostGIS I have 3857 CRS:

SELECT ST_SRID("wkb_geometry") FROM points;
st_srid
---------
3857
• cast geometry to geography > gis.stackexchange.com/questions/223845/… – Mapperz Nov 27 '18 at 19:26
• on a side note you build the points using lat-long, but it should be long-lat instead, and these coordinates are not in 3857 but likely in 4326 – JGH Nov 27 '18 at 19:53
• Side note: EPSG:3857 is rather useless for distance and area calculations. Take the geography route or if you work locally use some projected system with less distortion. – user30184 Nov 27 '18 at 20:31
• Because your coordinates look like they are in degrees (0;0 in 3857 is in the ocean), and 4326 is a very popular CRS. Of course it is only a guess and you may want to double check your source CRS – JGH Nov 27 '18 at 21:44
• While you may be visualizing this in EPSG:3857, the coordinate data looks geodetic. They are most likely EPSG:4326. – Mike T Nov 27 '18 at 23:24